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Got mine Line-X done for $325 over the rails, they did a very nice job.
Note: Rhino liner does not look or perform as well as Line-X, but that is just my opinion.

looks ****ing amasing for only 325 installed wow makes me want to trade in my plastic liner
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My Line-X was around $400.
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Guess I'm one of the few who prefers a drop-in liner. I've parked next to a few trucks that had professional spray-on liners and they always look like crap. A buddy of mine had his Chevy S-10 sprayed with Line-X and I could literally pick chips off with my fingertips. $350-$500+ just seems like a hell of a lot of money to spend on something you can't undo.

I've heard drop-in liners slide all over the place and rain causes the bed to rust under the liner. Funny thing is that my 95 Ranger still has the original drop-in liner and it never moves an inch since it's bolted in place. I've never had any rust under the liner either and the truck has always been kept outside. Just my 2 cents. Not trying to start a “spray-on vs. drop-in” argument.
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i paid about $6 a can for the Duplicolor spray in bedliner.....

covered my bed AND roll-bars with 5 cans

debating 2nd coat for the bed....seems to hold up so far
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i paid about $6 a can for the Duplicolor spray in bedliner.....

covered my bed AND roll-bars with 5 cans

debating 2nd coat for the bed....seems to hold up so far
i did the duplicolor on my trailer and it looks like ****
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Guess I'm one of the few who prefers a drop-in liner. I've parked next to a few trucks that had professional spray-on liners and they always look like crap. A buddy of mine had his Chevy S-10 sprayed with Line-X and I could literally pick chips off with my fingertips. $350-$500+ just seems like a hell of a lot of money to spend on something you can't undo.

I've heard drop-in liners slide all over the place and rain causes the bed to rust under the liner. Funny thing is that my 95 Ranger still has the original drop-in liner and it never moves an inch since it's bolted in place. I've never had any rust under the liner either and the truck has always been kept outside. Just my 2 cents. Not trying to start a “spray-on vs. drop-in” argument.
cuz its an s10
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cuz its an s10
Can't argue with you there.
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ive seen it, stuff sucks, plain and simple. it mght look nice but if you actually use your bed it wont last long. to me $500 is a small price to pay to protect my rig. i always think its funny how people will blow hundreds or sometimes thousands of dollars on stereo systems, euro tail lights, expensive wheels, window tint, ect ect, all things that do nothing at all for the over all well being or value of there truck, but will never spend a few hundred on a product that will actually protect it and help it last longer. blows my mind. ive got line-x in my truck and enclosed trailer and i will never use another liner again, period. line-x is simply that good and IMO worth every penny.
No... not plain and simple.
Think of a tow truck, and the life it goes through, this stuff on all those trucks, lasting for over 7 years now, with not one chip.
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i agree with others. make sure your guy does the prep work. there was a couple other threads recently about the QC of line-x. also $500 is what i paid. anything more then that is an insult and a ripe off.
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ive seen it, stuff sucks, plain and simple. it mght look nice but if you actually use your bed it wont last long. to me $500 is a small price to pay to protect my rig. i always think its funny how people will blow hundreds or sometimes thousands of dollars on stereo systems, euro tail lights, expensive wheels, window tint, ect ect, all things that do nothing at all for the over all well being or value of there truck, but will never spend a few hundred on a product that will actually protect it and help it last longer. blows my mind. ive got line-x in my truck and enclosed trailer and i will never use another liner again, period. line-x is simply that good and IMO worth every penny.
this, couldnt have said it any better myself.


i payed alittle over 500 in 2007 for over the rail, but when i say over the rail..i mean over the rail good. haha. and i didnt even say anything and the dealer took out all my bolts and my tie downs and stuff. i had my walk behind mowers in and out of the back of my truck and chipped the edge of the tailgate, and walked into the dealer and he was like oh, leave me your tailgate and ill call you when its done. they were backed up with word becasue its an off road shop but still,
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I love my line-x. I paid $425 with the over the rail, got a deal plus my buddy got his truck bed done at the same time. I need to use my warranty one of these days as I'm missing some bedliner material. You can kind of see it in this pic on the tailgate and one chunk in the bed. There are a few more chunks missing near the cab as well. Hauling around a few axles here and there will do that though. .

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i paid $15,000.















haha....mine already had it when i bought it.
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I've parked next to a few trucks that had professional spray-on liners and they always look like crap.
Does this look like crap?
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I would post up a pic of my bed and what a cheap plastic liner did to it but I don't want to hurt anyone's eyes or go burn down a bed liner factory LOL. As a little "teaser" of horror I have a 6 foot bed with only 3 intact bed bolts. And I can change out my fuel pump without dropping the tank or removing the bed. If you don't believe me ask Kevin and John who saw it at the Tri-State meet.

Need less to say, when I replace this bed the new one is getting Line-Xed.
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Does this look like crap?

I don't care for the look myself, but if you're happy with it then more power to you.
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Does this look like crap?

is yours line-x or rhino
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whoever did it did a damn good job
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Yup...its a local Line-X, truck accessory/window tint/car audio place. They've done 2 of my trucks so far and my dads F150. They do nice work with the Line-X, never used them for anything else though.
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did they drill 2 dranage holes in the front of your bed
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Anyone with the Rhino lining know what the warranty is like? Picked up a truck from a friend before he moved (military, got relocated to NYC, not sure if I should feel sorry for him or not).
The lining is very thin on some spots (can see the red paint through it) and has come off the tailgate in some places. Just wondering if I could get a warranty fix, or maybe a small $$ payment to get those sections resprayed.
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Anyone with the Rhino lining know what the warranty is like? Picked up a truck from a friend before he moved (military, got relocated to NYC, not sure if I should feel sorry for him or not).
The lining is very thin on some spots (can see the red paint through it) and has come off the tailgate in some places. Just wondering if I could get a warranty fix, or maybe a small $$ payment to get those sections resprayed.
i have a rhino lining and its a lifetime warrenty IF you have the original reciept...not sure what its like without the reciept
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Armaguard mine (excluded the tail gate since it already has a plastic liner). They took out the tie-downs, but sprayed over the bed bolts. CAD$400 plus taxes. Tail gate would have been another $100.

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Anyone with the Rhino lining know what the warranty is like? Picked up a truck from a friend before he moved (military, got relocated to NYC, not sure if I should feel sorry for him or not).
The lining is very thin on some spots (can see the red paint through it) and has come off the tailgate in some places. Just wondering if I could get a warranty fix, or maybe a small $$ payment to get those sections resprayed.
if the waranty is anything like line-x's its a non transferable warranty. so if you sell your truck the new owner wont get the waranty
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